In 1949-50, J.O. Langtry investigated the biology of native fish. His fieldwork took him to camp sites along the Murray River between Torrumbarry Weir, Yarrawonga Weir, Hume Weir, and its upper reaches. There he met commercial fishers, as well as a variety of poachers who lived off the bounty in the forest.
Electronic records have been made private as per the request of the J.O. Langtry. Material may only be accessed under research conditions.
Preliminary applications may be made to firstname.lastname@example.org or State Library of NSW regarding collection ML OH 647/1-130.
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